Justin Trudeau will continue to be the Prime Minister of Canada after voting in the early elections on Monday, according to a Canadian broadcaster.
It’s unclear whether Mr Trudeau’s Liberal Party will regain a majority in Congress, as many voters were probably still casting ballots for a few more hours — Trudeau’s purpose. Preliminary results suggested that the Liberal Party would probably not achieve it.
Last month, the prime minister called for an election two years earlier than planned, hoping that the response to the pandemic would make him more popular and win the majority rejected in 2018. However, these promising numbers quickly declined as Canadians expressed disappointment. Elections held while a delta variant of the coronavirus burdened hospitals and urged authorities to regain regulation in some areas.
While dissatisfaction with the election call dominated the five-week campaign, the pandemic intensified as a matter of the last few days of the campaign. Trudeau has proposed compulsory vaccination of several defended vaccine passports. Conservative leader Erin O’Toole rejected both.
Trudeau first came to power in 2015 by presenting himself as a new voice in politics with a new approach and policy.
This time, Mr Trudeau is part of politics. So when he returns to the conservative government under Mr. Autour, he will end gun control, gender equality, climate change, childcare, poverty reduction, especially the pandemic, and vaccinate Canadians.